Canine Brain Anatomy on Magnetic Resonance Images
Kraft S.L., Gavin P.R., Wendling L.R., et al.
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 1989. 30(4): p.147-158.
Magnetic resonance (MR) images of the canine brain were acquired during investigation of dogs with neurologic disease. A paramagnetic contrast medium was used for enhancement. MR provided images with excellent contrast between grey and white matter, as well as brain tissue and cerebrospinal fluid. Good resolution and anatomic detail of the canine brain were obtained. A series of images was compiled and labelled as a reference for MR anatomy of the canine brain.